Oral presentations can have one or two presenters (preliminary presenter/s to be listed in the abstract). Note that authors who submit for oral presentation may be accepted for poster instead.
Posters will be displayed at the conference and presenters will be asked to be available in the poster hall to answer questions at specific times during the conference.
A workshop lasts 60 minutes and may have up to four presenters (preliminary presenter/s and roles to be listed in the abstract). A major part of the workshop should be used for group work, and a maximum of 33% of the workshop should be used for presentation. The abstract should include a specific problem theme or question that will be addressed, the outline of the workshop, and a description of the interactive component(s). The conference organisers can provide materials such as paper, pens, markers, post-its, et cetera, if this is indicated in the abstract. Please remember that the conference targets a broad audience including clinicians, policy makers, researchers, as well as patient and informal care representatives.